Data is necessary in the process of improving reentry outcomes. A focus on recidivism and measures of failure have proven to be unsuccessful in preventing future offending while research confirms the benefits of focusing on positive outcomes and long-term success for young people.
Leaders from four agencies participating in a national training and technical assistance program will discuss how they improved their agency's reentry data capacity and how the work they have done can be applied in other juvenile justice settings. This panel will be moderated by Kim Godfrey Lovett, Executive Director of Performance-based Standards and Melissa Sickmund, Director of the National Center for Juvenile Justice.
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